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Everlaw helps investigative reporting

For the past six months, we’ve been meeting with reporters from some of the nation’s largest news organizations to demo Everlaw for Journalists, our program to support investigative reporting through pro bono access to the Everlaw platform. We’ve learned a lot from those conversations—in particular, what reporting a big story has in common with building
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HIPAA compliance at everlaw

Security within an organization requires constant attention and continuous improvement. At Everlaw, the privacy and security of our customers’ information is of utmost importance. We recently announced that Everlaw achieved a SOC 2 Type 2 certification in Security, Availability, and Confidentiality. For a company to receive this certification, it must have policies and practices that
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Everlaw Celebrates International Women’s Day

We call her The Hawke. And in honor of International Women’s Day, today we celebrate her achievements. Lisa Hawke, our Director of Policy and Compliance, is one of the most considerate people you’ll ever meet, even when strictly enforcing our security protocols. She is a volunteer on the Events Committee with Women in Security and
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ediscovery review for journalists

To support investigative reporting, we’re giving news organizations free access to Everlaw’s ediscovery software. From whistleblower dumps to FOIA requests, journalists need to analyze large data sets quickly and accurately. More and more reporters are trawling documents—whether emails, text messages, or files—to uncover the stories within. This is much the same process attorneys go through
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Better Litigation Technology

When we announced our fundraising back in January, the #1 question we heard was, “So, what are you going to do with all that money?” Perhaps they were hoping to hear about a secret Vegas trip or new perks like on-site acupuncture or macaroon-making classes. Though our actual investments were less flashy, they were no
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